Henry Cheyne

M, #3338, b. 27 March 1866, d. 8 March 1935
FatherHenry Cheyne b. 30 Dec 1829, d. 4 Oct 1910
MotherHelen Cadenhead b. a 1832, d. 14 Jun 1868
     Henry Cheyne was born, 27 March 1866, 12:30 PM, in Woodend of Stoneywood, Newhills Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland.1,2

A studio photo of the family of Henry Cheyne taken about 1870, in Aberdeen. Back row: daughters, Agnes (3334), Helen (3335), Barbara (3337) and Mary Ann (3336). Front row: Henry (3323), Henry, Jr. (3338) and Jessie MS Forbes (7798).3

Agnes M. Cheyne, Helen Cheyne, Mary Ann Cheyne, Barbara M. Cheyne and Henry Cheyne were listed as children in the household of Henry Cheyne and his wife, Jessie Cheyne on the 1871 Scotland Census, at 65 Barron Street, in Aberdeen, Old Machar Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland.4

Ellen Cheyne, Barbra Cheyne and Henry Cheyne were listed as children in the household of Henry Cheyne and his wife, Jessie Cheyne on the 1881 Scotland Census, at Carnation Cottage, Queen Street, in Aberdeen, Old Machar Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was 15 years of age, born in Newhills Parish and a paper mill worker.5

Henry Cheyne was found on a passenger list, dated 22 June 1886, at New York, New York, USA. He was on a Manifest of Passengers aboard the Devonia, out of Glasgow. He was 25, a paper maker and born (or lived) in Aberden. He was a 2nd Class Passsenger and carried 3 pieces of luggage.6

It is not known if his future wife, Annie, came over in the same ship as he did. There was no Annie Cheyne aboard.

Henry Cheyne married Annie McLean Moir 14 May 1889, in New York, Manhattan, New York, USA.2,7

The family, Henry, Annie and Henriett, returned to Aberdeen before Lotta was born.

Henry Cheyne was found on a passenger list, dated 12 April 1893, at New York, New York, USA. He was on a Manifest of Passengers aboard the Anchoria, out of Glasgow, Scotland and Moville, Ireland. He was 26, a painter and a native of Scotland. He was a steerage passenger with one piece of luggage. He was destined for Boston and marked transient.8

Henry Cheyne and his wife Annie McLean Cheyne were listed on the 1901 Scotland Census, at 215 Rosemount Road, in Aberdeen, Quoad Sacra Parish of Rosemount, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was head of household and a house painter. Also present were his children, Henrietta Cheyne, Lottie Cheyne, John H. Cheyne, Annie Cheyne and Lily Cheyne. Henry was listed as 35 years of age and born in Newhills Parish, Aberdeen.9,10

He was listed in the Aberdeen City Directory; "Cheyne, Henry '(of Gordon & Watt)' 16 Salisbury Street".11

Henry Cheyne was named the father and closest relative of Lily Cheyne on a passenger list dated 28 September 1921. He resided at 16 Salisbury Terrace, Aberdeen.12

Henry Cheyne was found on a passenger list, dated 11 September 1926, at Quebec, Quebec, Canada. He was a passenger aboard the Letitia, out of Liverpool on the 4th of September. He was joining his daughter, Mrs. Lily Stephens, 757 52nd Street, Brooklyn, New York for a two month visit. His son, Mr. John Cheyne, 100 Holburn Street, Aberdeen was his nearest relative in Scotland. He was 59, a widower, a decorator and was born in Aberdeen. He had previously been in the United States in 1894 & 1899. He crossed the border from Canada to the United States, 22 September 1926, at Niagara Falls, New York, destination "Scotland via New York".13

Henry Cheyne was found on a passenger list, dated 24 October 1926, at Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He was a second cabin passenger aboard the Transylvania, out of New York. He was a decorator, 59 years old and resided at 496 Union Street, Aberdeen.14

Henry Cheyne died 8 March 1935.15

Henry Cheyne was buried, at Grove Cemetery, in Bucksburn, Aberdeen, Scotland. His monumental inscription reads: "The Family Burial Ground of Henry Cheyne Decorator, Aberdeen.
In loving Memory of his daughter Annie died 20th March 1917, aged 21 years.
His beloved wife Annie McLean Moir died 21st July 1915, aged 52 years.
His daughter Lottie M. C. died 4th April 1920, aged 27 years.
The above Henry Cheyne died 8th March 1935, aged 68 years.
His son John Henrydied 14th June 1952, aged 58 years.
His daughter-in-law Jane Finnie died 28th April 1971, aged 77 years.
His son-in-law Angus M. Murray died Canada 13th Dec. 1963, aged 75 years.
His daughter Henrietta L. wife of Angus M. Murray.
His cousin J.S. Moi woolspinner. Died 18th May 1912, aged 37 years.
His mother-in-law Margaret Moir died 27th April 1914, aged 76 years"..16

His estate was probated on 26 June 1935 at London, England.17

Family

Annie McLean Moir b. 4 Apr 1867, d. 21 Jul 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S127] Scotland, Civil Birth Registration, 1866, Newhills Parish, Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Page 13, Number 38.
  2. [S331] 1901 British Census, Q.S. Parish of Rosemount, Aberdeen, copy provided by James Ewan, Bo'ness, Scotland, December 2002, via email.
  3. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Photo provided via email, Dec 2002, from James Ewan, Bo'ness, Scotland.
  4. [S408] 1871 British Census Index, Registration Number: 168/2, Registration district: Old Machar, Civil parish: Old Machar, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 32, Page: 15, Household schedule number: 60, Roll: CSSCT1871_35.
  5. [S315] 1881 British Census as recorded on CD-ROM by the LDS Church, Old Machar Parish, Aberdeen, FHL Film 0203451, GRO Ref, Volume 168-2, EnumDist 49A, Page 3.
  6. [S431] 1820-1957 New York Passenger Lists, Microfilm serial: M237, Microfilm roll: M237_496, List number 727, Line 6.
  7. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "Names of marriage partners, date and certifcate number from New York, New York, Marriage Index 1866-1937; Certificate #: 5156."
  8. [S431] 1820-1957 New York Passenger Lists, Microfilm serial: M237, Microfilm roll: M237_606, List number blank, Line 7.
  9. [S331] 1901 British Census, Q.S. Parish of Rosemount, Aberdeen, image provided by James Ewan, Bo'ness, Scotland, December 2002, via email.
  10. [S423] 1901 Scotland Census Index, Registration Number: 168/2, Registration district: St Machar, Civil parish: Aberdeen Rosemount, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 47, Page: 4, Household schedule number: 24, Roll: CSSCT1901_59.
  11. [S539] Aberdeen Directory,1920-1921 "Page 203."
  12. [S431] 1820-1957 New York Passenger Lists, Microfilm serial T715, Microfilm roll T715_3029, Page 192, Line 18.
  13. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008."
  14. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26, 1,472 pieces."
  15. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Date of death from image of headstone at Grove Cemetery provided by Hamish Ingram, 28 September 2015.
  16. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Cemetery of burial from image of headstone at Grove Cemetery provided by Hamish Ingram, 28 September 2015.
  17. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "Text from of an image of the abstract of his will in England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1935, page 698."